The diffident claims of its title are amply confirmed by "Insignificant Things," a well-intentioned but under-achieved criss-crosser which claims to understand the human heart but which ultimately…
I WAS sitting right next to my friend, Renee Zellweger, at Michael's when up behind us comes Harry Connick, Jr. who twined his arms around both of us and opined to me that Renee "is the one single…
A neighborhood on the outskirts of Tetuan in northern Morocco -- the hometown of some of the terrorists responsible for the 2004 Madrid bombings -- provides the setting for and the meaning of the…
The title of Jaime Rosales' "Bullet in the Head" is exactly two words longer than the film's audible dialogue, and that's just the first of the cinematic conventions that the pic eschews in its…
A too-rare incursion by Spanish film into the coarse realities of multiculturalism on its cities' outskirts, "The One-Handed Trick" has a crudely makeshift feel that suits its subject.
AMC is looking to get back on the trail with Robert Duvall, who's developing a new Western-themed series for the channel with the Donners' Company.
Ellen Burstyn has joined the cast of "Possible Side Effects," Showtime's drama pilot set inside the world of the pharmaceutical industry.
The "for sale" sign has officially been hung on TV Guide Channel.
Crowned best film in Venice's Horizons section, Lav Diaz's latest madly uncommercial 7½ -hour magnum opus, "Melancholia," like 2007's "Death in the Land of Enchantment," sets a trio of survivors…
Cinematic excess is harnessed to savagely entertaining satirical effect in Javier Fesser's dazzling, idiosyncratic "Camino," which manages to mix styles and genres without losing its way.
A predatory prostitute with unsavory intentions befriends a young country girl in "Behind Me," an unsettling, intimate sophomore feature from French-Canadian helmer Rafael Ouellet ("Mona's…
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